[FASTCGI] FastCGI-developers Digest, Vol 11, Issue 6

Ricardo Sal ricsal at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 15:57:07 EDT 2009


Fixed

I need to buy some glasses :)

Regards


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> From: Ricardo Sal <ricsal at gmail.com>
> Subject: [FASTCGI] Issue on Header field with more then 127 bytes
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> Hello to you all,
>
> I was able to implement fast cgi from some communication sniffs that I was
> able to get.
> During my tests (with Firefox and Chrome) all was working fine until i
> tested with IE (I get connection reset by php-cgi).
>
> I was able to trace the problem to the Accept: field that is bigger then
> 127
> bytes.
> If I change the field to be smaller i am able to make IE work just fine.
>
> The length encode is been well implemented for what i can tell and have
> tested (in attach you can see, with a Hex app, that all is well encoded),
> unless there is an exception for this particular field or something.
>
> I have tested with both PHP 5.2.9 and 5.2 RC2.
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> Did any of you ever had this problem, if so how did you solve it?
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> Thanks in advance,
> Ricardo
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